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7th May 2010

New Partnership with Full Tilt Poker.Net™ for the start of F1’s European Season

As Virgin Racing prepares for the start of Formula 1’s European season in Spain this weekend, the team is pleased to announce a new partnership with Full Tilt Poker.Net™.

Full Tilt Poker.Net™ is now a major partner of the team with significant branding on the team’s VR-01 race cars, drivers and team apparel and other elements of the team’s on-track and off-track environment.

The partnership concludes discussions between the two parties dating back to the team’s inception last year.

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Graeme Lowdon, Virgin Racing’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Full Tilt Poker.Net™ to Virgin Racing. We are proud to add an industry-leading brand to our healthy partnership portfolio and I am particularly pleased that we have worked hard together with a partner who has seen the team develop from its birth through to our first competitive steps. We look forward to going racing together with effect from this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, where Full Tilt Poker.Net™ will have a significant presence, and to helping the brand to achieve its marketing and business objectives in the longer term."

"Full Tilt Poker.Net™ partnering with Virgin Racing is a brilliant culmination of a great deal of thought and effort on behalf of both brands. With two leaders in their respective fields coming together, this is sure to be a groundbreaking partnership on the global canvas, providing yet another level of excitement for all fans, " said Team Full Tilt member, Chris Ferguson. “We are very excited to be associated with such a stellar brand as Virgin Racing and we look forward to launching this partnership in Spain.”

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Full Tilt Poker sign sponsor deal with Formula 1 team - 7th May 2010


Full Tilt Poker just announced they have signed a sponsor deal with the Formula 1 racing team Virgin Racing. The deal will already be in effect this weekend at the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya, where the drivers from Virgin Racing will be wearing the Full Tilt Poker logo.

Consequently fans of Timo Glock and Lucas di Grassi can look forward to see the two team Virgin Racing drivers wearing the Full Tilt Poker brand, which will also be present on the drivers’ cars and other team material from Virgin Racing team.

According to both brands the deal concludes a long term discussion dating back to Virgin Racing’s birth in Formula 1 last November. In their joint press release yesterday both Team Full Tilt member, Chris Ferguson, and Virgin Racing chief executive officer, Graeme Lowdon, expressed great excitement about the new partnership and looked forward to launching their cooperation this weekend in Spain.

Although the partnership between Full Tilt and Virgin Racing was seemingly long underway, it has likely been speed up as part of the more long term strategy from Full Tilt Poker, who has increased its marketing effort in Europe over last months in light of the increasing competition from rivals PokerStars and Party Poker over the European market.

Conveniently for Full Tilt Poker the deal came just shortly after Party Poker also signed with Toro Rosso’s driver Jaime Alguersuari and former Formula 1 driver Giancarlo Fisichela. A signing, which was part of a more aggressive strategy from Party Poker, in light of the increased competition and losses in revenue on the European poker market recently.

Interestingly enough Full Tilt Poker has chosen to launch their Partnership with Virgin Racing on same date Party Poker chose to launch their new sponsorship with Alguersuari. Party Poker even offers their players a chance to win tickets for the Valencia Grand Prix through their poker room, which might be turn out to be free marketing for Full Tilt Poker in the end.

 

Virgin Racing is a Formula One racing team, which made its debut in the 2010 Formula One season. They were granted entry as Manor Grand Prix on 12 June 2009, as one of four new teams selected to race in the 2010 season. On 30 November, the FIA released a revised entry list that stated the team's name as Virgin Racing. Richard Branson's Virgin Group is the title sponsor of the team, which was launched on 15 December 2009.

History

Formation
The team was formed as Manor Grand Prix as a tie-up between Manor Motorsport and Wirth Research. Initially, Virgin's Alex Tai was the Team Principal, while Graeme Lowden was the team's Director of Racing. Manor Motorsport boss John Booth was the Sporting Director, while former Simtek team owner Nick Wirth was the technical director. Less than one month after the Virgin partnership was officially launched, Tai left his position and Booth took over as team principal, with Lowden becoming the CEO. The team will use engines supplied by Cosworth. Manor Motorsport are best known as a Formula Three team, currently running in the Formula Three Euroseries, and helped launch the careers of World Champions Kimi Räikkönen and Lewis Hamilton. Car preparation and racing operations will be run from its headquarters in Dinnington, South Yorkshire, while Wirth Research will design, develop and build the cars from its base in Bicester.

The teams also have plans to create a "Driver Academy", a series of racing teams starting in the new GP3 Series and advancing all the way up to Formula One.

2010
2010 Formula One season

Timo Glock testing the Virgin VR-01 during pre-season testing in Jerez, in February 2010.

Virgin's car for 2010, the VR-01, is the first F1 car designed entirely using CFD computer simulation technology. It was later discovered that the Virgin VR-01's fuel tank is too small, resulting in them not being able to finish any races unless the cars are driven at a reduced pace to conserve fuel. The team has been given the opportunity to redesign the chassis. On 17 November 2009 it was announced by the team that former Toyota driver Timo Glock would be the team's lead driver for the 2010 season. The driver was signed for two years and has a one year extension offer as well. Long-time Brazilian GP2 regular Lucas di Grassi will join him, while fellow former GP2 driver Luiz Razia will fulfil testing and reserve duties. Álvaro Parente was also signed as a test driver, but left the team prior to the launch of the VR-01. The 2010 car was officially launched on their website on 3 February 2010, before running the car at a private event at Silverstone the following two days.

Sponsorship
Virgin purchased eighty percent of the team, as part of sponsorship arrangement. The official FIA entry list for 2010 announced on 30 November 2009 showed that Manor GP had been entered as Virgin Racing. The team's partners for 2010 include tyre supplier Bridgestone, IT services company UST Global, environmental technology company Carbon Green, shampoo brand Clear, information technology firm CSC, foreign exchange traders FxPro, clothing company Kappa, the Oxigen investment group and Russian sports car manufacturer Marussia. On 13 January 2010, reports emerged revealing that Virgin had paid an extra one and a half million pounds to Cosworth to have the CA2010 unit rebranded as a Marussia, though both Virgin Racing and Cosworth have denied the story.

On 14 December 2009, Lloyds Banking Group announced that it had invested ten million pounds in the team, reversing the recent trend of financial institutions such as ING and RBS withdrawing sponsorship. However, it remains unclear as to whether or not the Lloyds logo will appear on the cars. (Credit: Wikipedia)

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21st April 2009

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Now until 21st June 2009

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